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Lynton and Lynmouth

32 lokale anbefaler ·

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Elizabeth
Elizabeth
November 14, 2020
Twin villages linked by their famous cliff railway.
Becki
Becki
October 18, 2020
Just a few minutes on from the Valley of the Rocks, Lynton is a lovely little town with nice cafes and shops. Take a walk down the winding path to Lynmouth below. A picturesque little coastal and riverside town also with some good cafes and shops. If you are too tired to make the climb back up…
Naomi
Naomi
October 17, 2020
A beautiful day out in 2 historic towns. A visit to the cliff railway is a must!
Ian
Ian
August 6, 2020
Elevated via a cliff railway Lynmouth is a wonderful town with the harbour of Lynmouth below also offering an abundance of placed to eat and shop for holiday treat
Natasha
Natasha
August 4, 2020
Tourist destination. Cliff railway and sight seeing with a dramatic landscape and Valley of the Rocks to take your beath away.

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SUPERHOST
  1. Hel lejlighed
  2. 1 seng
The Schoolroom @ Barbrook
SUPERHOST
  1. Privat værelse
  2. 2 senge
Camilla's Room @ Chapel Hill
SUPERHOST
Ingen omtaler endnu
  1. Hel hytte
  2. 4 senge
Stunning 3 Bed Riverside Lodge in Lynton.
  1. Hel bungalow
  2. 5 senge
Pogles Wood
  1. Helt hus
  2. 5 senge
Explore Exmoor while stayBeautiful Victorian House
Ingen omtaler endnu
  1. Privat værelse
  2. 1 seng
Double Superior Room at The Cottage Inn
  1. Helt hus
  2. 3 senge
Bramble Cottage
SUPERHOST
  1. Privat værelse
  2. 1 seng
Annie's Room @ Chapel Hill
Ingen omtaler endnu
  1. Privat værelse
  2. 1 seng
Family cottage style room at The Cottage Inn

De lokale anbefaler også

Lodging
“Long beach with massive dunes. Some of Pink Floyds The Wall was filmed here and a C130 Hercules landed on the beach. Parking costs, or cycle there.”
  • 10 lokale anbefaler
Cafe
“Yummy food in South Molton, Creams teas delight 15 mins drive from the accommodation. ”
  • 8 lokale anbefaler
Park
“Whether you are an experienced walker or someone who prefers a short stroll, Tarr Steps is a great place to go when looking to explore Exmoor National Park. You can head straight there, utilising the on site car park and toilet facilities, with just a gentle walk down to the ancient clapper bridge. The beautiful wooded valley of the River Barle is also worth exploring for its wildlife, as is the heathland of Winsford Hill and its wild ponies in the surrounding countryside. For a short circular walk from the bridge just follow the orange way marks. There is also a more challenging circular walk from Dulverton to Tarr Steps.”
  • 18 lokale anbefaler
Bar
“A real gem, perfect for a bar snack and a long drink at the end of a scenic walk, or for a special dinner. ”
  • 6 lokale anbefaler
Seafood Restaurant
“Damien Hirst's Restaurant on the quay. It features his artwork on the walls and check out the set meal for large bookings for some great value fare! ”
  • 8 lokale anbefaler
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